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Yes, lithotripsy will pulverize kidney stones, but...


Medicine does not have an FDA approved approach to removing Gallstones without cutting. They have to do microsurgery and pull the gallbladder, full of stones, out of the body.

Medical doctors are approved to use out-patient lithotripsy (powerful sonic waves) to pulverize kidney stones. This is considered surgery, using sonic waves rather than a knife.

Consider the effect of the Navy's new active sonic radar system on whales and porpoises. They are so affected by the sonic blasts that they die. We may be more advanced beings, able to withstand sonic waves better than the oceanic mammals. Nevertheless, do not assume sonic waves won't damage healthy tissues.

The lithotripsy treament involves repeated blasts sonic-ly pounding the stones into dust while the patient is anesthetized. This may be damaging to the surrounding kidney tissues.

My mother surfaced during lithotripsy treatment and felt like she was being beaten by a gang of bullies. Not aware that she was awake, the doc said that he couldn't see the stone through all the dust caused by the pounding, but they should pound some more, all around to make sure they didn't leave any fragments. My mother moaned and was given more anesthesia.

If they don't fully pulverize the stone, fragments lodge in the ureter and cause agonizing attacks. The pounding is brutal to the individual being treated, requiring several weeks of recovery and may need to be repeated several times. After the third treatment, my mother tried a home-remedy and has been kidney stone free ever since.

The home remedy invoved olive oil and rolling on the floor -- not sure of the details. Frankly, it didn't seem to make sense to me (someone who has never had a kidney stone), so I wrote it off. Around the same time she changed her diet -- I suspect that had more to do with her stone-free life.

At the bottom is a link to a random medical doctor, who is advertising lithotripsy treatment that is simple, harmless, no pain, no anesthesia,no surgery etc. I don't know the particular doctor, but I'd advise everyone to double check any such claims for any lithotripsy procedure from any docotr.
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Medicine does not have an FDA approved approach to removing Gallstones without cutting. They have to do microsurgery and pull the gallbladder, full of stones, out of the body.

Medical doctors are approved to use out-patient lithotripsy (powerful sonic waves) to pulverize kidney stones. This is considered surgery, using sonic waves rather than a knife.

Consider the effect of the Navy's new active sonic radar system on whales and porpoises. They are so affected by the sonic blasts that they die. We may be more advanced beings, able to withstand sonic waves better than the oceanic mammals. Nevertheless, do not assume sonic waves won't damage healthy tissues.

The lithotripsy treament involves repeated blasts sonic-ly pounding the stones into dust while the patient is anesthetized. This may be damaging to the surrounding kidney tissues.

My mother surfaced during lithotripsy treatment and felt like she was being beaten by a gang of bullies. Not aware that she was awake, the doc said that he couldn't see the stone through all the dust caused by the pounding, but they should pound some more, all around to make sure they didn't leave any fragments. My mother moaned and was given more anesthesia.

If they don't fully pulverize the stone, fragments lodge in the ureter and cause agonizing attacks. The pounding is brutal to the individual being treated, requiring several weeks of recovery and may need to be repeated several times. After the third treatment, my mother tried a home-remedy and has been kidney stone free ever since.

The home remedy invoved olive oil and rolling on the floor -- not sure of the details. Frankly, it didn't seem to make sense to me (someone who has never had a kidney stone), so I wrote it off. Around the same time she changed her diet -- I suspect that had more to do with her stone-free life.

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